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  • Keating smiled at him gratefully, when he was leaving, his drawings under his arm; he descended the stairs, hurt and angry; he worked for three days making new plans from Roark's sketches, and a new, simpler elevation; and he presented his house to Francon with a proud gesture that looked like a flourish.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • Toohey grasped a chair by the back, swung it through the air, in a broad circle like a flourish, planted it by the table and sat down.  (not reviewed by editor)

  • Guy Francon ended with a flourish, raising his right arm in a sweeping salute; informal, but with an air, that gay, swaggering air which Guy Francon could always permit himself.  (not reviewed by editor)

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